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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE REV. MR. BOyiE RESIGNS A OD WE-TERRIFIC GALES AROUND THE BRITISH COASTS-DESTROYERS � ;' iRUNNWG FOfl'SHELTER-Reports � from thp.oM; covmtty tell of the vioDettt 'gales aeaiuen liflVe beoa venwuDtering all:along their.native iVca^lgV The storms seem to arise from e;rong' winds Wowiiijc close � in aroimd tUe coaBts and with incieusliig violence' Hurl all kinds of crafts ashoM. A }l"-'&,nUtrfoU COUNTY,. ^FARI^ER^ MONEY BACK INvested- IN rREGINA PROPERTY: ^oiAnto,i'Feb' '36-A 'tether-.tiJisav-.f!^;*e8tecni.�5Bkl(:�8t��l: was the bjao^iof ^jxijich ci^stiC' comuKut on jiSartof^ustvoe Jjenhojc. ia a judg-' m , fi ^5JB5^r,i*hbMolBlni6 that he teitfiW ^.Gounc|! Prevt nted Pay i ng ' Costs.flif the'Recent Police: In-� ' vestlgation � ' Bj-audpn,: Jlan., Feb; ,36.^The' IpnB; ,^?awft.flut dispute iietweeh" the, itity 'Conncii: and*the Social and k:inY(^)&:eil 0 the payment of the :*hftlaiice.,of the ibst of ihocreceat po-liceetiqnirjf, amonBt!B^lioi$5 t$r,ed?8noiiUer, stage todsiyj vrhBn.van injitnirttofl: Jvas taken out io restrain t-ieStii|Siiction, and the council Is fU'ide-av^8-l%^V; injitter. ofrsj^c^liinB -Itf- ,Ji'*i*,�a�tii t�4t the bill should not be Jeraii8iii|;S!fti|'jJi|c^ -^ifeaSvJy^ pity-bsd^to yolce; ly^iL blank aid^ttf be j;iUea in j(pd I .f"^'^^}^>S , � ^-bolesale lother It^fcini'"'" ' 'thi>(}5en|?�i*o.iiid#^3�.wfe htfi(i; Bh thfi^prKi..B5^^^3^'''' refuses to sign the c^w&e B'raltLDOn-^'^.sf'^e until t)ie Goiinoil has had an fng AimI ot*o?tulfl'ty 8f-i4con8iacring the de- .ojsftfn i:(j:^p�y'i'ji�i? bill. Thtf.Hreab.vtery of JIacleod njot oti Tuesday, almost a fuU attendance bfr ing present. , Oeneral Superintendent ot iviissions.: was piHjsent. Reports trom tile various fields were received, and succes.s was tlie keynote from all parts of tbe district, n largo nm-ctiiit ol: business is being transacted, and brlRht pixispects tor church work and church builditig is loolted forward to for 1913. ^  Rev. R. 11.-Boyle banded his resign;^; :ition:to tlie Presbytcr.v, and asked to be .relieved >of Ills' chnrge ot MaeleoB Church tiot later than .April 3. It was-accel>f�d/ any fit a'-meeling- �f thfe inanas;.Brif and officials of the church; it'was decided to offer a aaUt^y oB, $1,800 per year wlthiijiit.. mans'e.^ tThe manse will-, be repaired 'and. refetedi peiMltng.-a^sale of the property. \-.^'pening^^of the Silver-Grill ball oii ^loitday; was'a brilllnnt affair; iv'was an ,evening,at..Jwnie!.4Vjttich ,wa&,�rijoy-ed^by ereryone;of the many who attended.- The management lias ttiade; antin^oments to hold these every two', weelcBi and the hall music and all; will b� first class, and a nice .home; it.ime is in store for all those who atK tend. --Slaeleod orchestra ig preparing for" another of the musical entertainments? and dances on Wednesday night. These liav* become verj' popular during this winter, and only retiuire to" be mentioned now to be assured of a good crawd. V , Some changes are reported, in the District GoiiTt judges, vvitli a ijrpbable^' shift all .around, and some additional judges to be added to the list. T'he increase Invthe population of thepro^i vlnoe demands this move. rQharJie Pointer,* of V ing his'old home.'Maclcod, and i6 He-lighted ito see so many,. Improvements, 4nd the solids way the; town is being built' up.; Charlie-is a farmer, and is ver/ proud of the svtccess he has made: In this line, and is sm-e. he is living, in the very best farming district. : >v W. M. Camphelli Grown attorneyv has been, bus:)- this week attending, court iatiClareaholm. Mr, Campbell* .jS: mentioned.; as .one of the probable DiStrict^Gourt Judges. He is very:popular." arid ;would make; an yext^lent mati on the .bench. ' J  �> 3. "Wi Kinnairdi^ pro^incial auditor,' is on his UEufti;trit>iiiids, and is auditing^,; the town books. ^ \ .Rt-G.^IcOdnnell. acting. Mayof, is � |j3ttB37mian"tties& days;fatteniaihg-to ' _ io^i}yy;;, J Farmers are busy preparing, thei seed.^^rain for 'spfing operations. The estimate; an .Jncreasc of^i: one-thiri _ afflSag^in ^btt.p;;disli'ict,*thts 'comiuij spring;A Many. of .Theni are iimport^ng seef^ from �otherijprovlnces:.-aud frohr the States. ReAdy for Priday and Satut^kyJwift a C!om|)lete Stock of Ft-esh Spring- Mer]*atid,'f horse, the treck of 830.�Biiles'iover.tbe.; opon . tialls'. 'bcginulng-ai;: Atbabftsoa;; ,06 mile*'north of here. The-lands tp be opened to homeBt?adins:,5'ate i8 inil^s north of iDunvegan;' the'-nekrest;. postofllce being Shaftsburgr. Vern H." OBlIngerfis a graduatelOjf.the^'iNorth' Dakota Agricultural college. While ?t student there he partic^ated in live stock judging competitions at .exposi-:.i^jpoii\ i^lder thfe question. i�l� 'prp^aualsf jre^j ceiv>a,c!oriBlderj^bl� Buppo/t, apil'Sgjp^-ator; David said^'he ha^s Weian ^hBpJf^&a,- plaints yblob'he had hoaTdWlnatlb^' last fifteen yeavs,', '' , lAl-'-^j- ' Sirf,Ricbard Sbott'wltJ 'tn9U��-�' Our First Showing of the New ^Spring Styles in Goats & Suits / r Tomorrow when you are mivkijn^ your in- ^ .v.,spectio-ii of the new .MillineryJ,Avc askyou to,,, "--drop in and look over our showing^ of ISToav Spring Suits and Coats. We iiave been particularly fortunate in securing tilic productions of two of the foremost nianufacturets of jliigh-class Ladies' Wear in tlve EasLtern mar-,-ltetg. "Princess" and *\feogeif(^�^'Buits have t-liat distinctive .style abwit ^ton"H7hafc oom--pels ^j-our attention. Aside from the' strictly man-tailored serge suits atl'lo, $20, and $25, ybu caniiot: find a. duplicate of any; suit in our stock. Think what this ineans-No two suits ;valike---If you are interested iii theTjestlookr " ing, best tailored, best ^qualitf 'suits fever  shown in this city at froni $15 to'f 30, theil'see the "Princess" aiul "Rog'ers"-teMbnt. All Alterations FVee Satisfaction Guaranteed Silk and Cloth Dresses fust Opened f The last minutei-in style I&-stamped on. these no*tWQralik�i dresses.' Nittty serge dresBes' itt $8.00. BpongG and two- . toned Bedford cords 'JlS'to $20;; Fancy Mesaalines � and"; * silk tussores. They're all lier^ -the designs are' oscluaiVe,' and best of all the price is ' reasonable.  Our Natty Skirts Are Ready to Show You. elty tweeds.. ;:SiKeis ''Za 1.0^36 whist b^nd?;. prices- ^3.56 to $8.00. � We ar^'alsp sbp\\4hg"a-.patent. Maternity Skirt at $7.50. ' Anderson's Best.Jmc^^ |c h Ginghdms Are Now In We.^^reJreceiiiSnif complini.'exitVdaily,,upon the f magnificent showing .of ail these f4alnty: wash' ginghams. Just thiik, over 200 dif-terent - patetms (to choose Irpm;Stripes, from 30 cents down as low - 4,0 m J;y;;*V;:>i-;.f?;S>>:- -as V Real Irish Linen4ace From 5c toJ5c per yafd!; ; , thousan^ijBSiFdB-. ot ed&ig and ins^r-.:tlon8;-frdm onajnck: to: tlfreS'inchesf wide; ,' Made ft;om .jpure, linen iliread^! specl'ally priced-fot Friday .and.Satiirttay/a sell-'JCai �y^^-.'fc"�,:i;''-r-rVi!^gi'^ PC Waists ; ..ThelFinifest; CoUection in the City .Weiipride.. ourselves on our showing iof:, .waists; and vanttlre to say that our '^tock;' both as to variety- and values, haa no equ^l .in, the city: Hundreds of !pe\* jSlylesr.are. now ia stock/, and new nunlbei's 'are arriv-; � ing dajly. , * Novelty Silk Waistfr-No'two alike?-'afzeofc-' 34 to- 40. A- splendid assort- CC Efl ment at..... ................9P�9U. Tailored WalBtB-^Pure Irish Linen; hftu^-embroidered.' Sizes 34 to 44. , (C.O' ' Special at .....i......" ^CnQjU ' Tallored:;.Wal8t�i-Thbj, new shirt: style'; A 'Satin Jkirt' bargain For * Friday, and Saturday � .r'A Satin SIbJa:ok. ^^hite and ClI ''.stripefel all'Bine^l.....9 I �OU;;; Outin collate, fUncy'.sti'Ipefel Down Comforters-at Cost-thfrjNext iajK,up of'Oi _ silkoline. A dozen they last'' While CottongfaMd. Table. Umas -t Read; f .jfThhftyHhppsieieeperB are taking ajiv^tage of the wpndertul val-i^ilW;we are'OiIer^gidn.:ou^�stapleydepart^^ -IsjnB,' Sheetings ;?ElUow Cottons;'are^'hare In great variety. To malce-^'^ things extra attt'4otiVe we have iust placed--on skle a case of Irish JtiienB, comprfsiiti;' tible (3lothB,'-Uble napkins, tabling, etc, at a grear r.savlng. TheBo^arfe '"knojro as seconds and >the slight' Imperfections ' aie hai'dly noivceaW.e,' ^ - Ammmfw . Cor^eHrATe: Now Heirje ijijl^^fireat Ya^yiety ; , Longcloth-^A^�pure bleached cotton cloth, fair yard' -wldB; needle finish; 10 pieces �� ftg^ ongaie, per yardf X'i.. >I Uw MadapollajTi-|fc,>soft -finisiied Nalnsooli-Poi\'fanjily use, un- , .derwear, eto.,'in.f;'"dozen^>yaS-d'* .r,! Pillow Tublrf^Cr- A-^splendid" auality linen flnJ^WfoV etifitoia:^ ' ering. 42 and;44" Inolua-'^ fi it With tlie magnificent -stockKof-corBe'ts we. aaiTy i �� every; customer;ipbQuldf flndi;)dHSti.,ih.erfOorset -slie rwas looking for. There IB a model fo^ ,6very .figure, and ,-our Uberail'AP,F(ROVAL. plan, flakes " it easy, for-you tp.''o]|ioo,ei.wd fli .W;aterwa}'8 Pftse, pielojiB vW�re Vil alnstKJ^^/BPlrti'oi;, in lay OS,, 9$ ,tha-\ ^'itfl'defirlgiij iappeal Beeip^; Itiie^' ugttlnat ytSserfainJy had, ''^Bj^on^iiiolgal. .!isj4p>irthJ - --agjilnlf large h :(jueBtionthat he.'hesitated- to dlacusB It. liow^ver, he believe^ he ,ct)iild propni-ly say th'at there have ;fbBeiJ a-multltudi: of :i.appeals ^to:;the Piji'yy,, Council^ which never sboutil h'^ve been niade. ^Wany cases 'could ;r}Ot ^e !rJgUtly: judged properly; e-xoopt In;; the � afitipsphei-e'in' Ttf hich^trie:':cftSi' l.srqge\ That was-the-spirit undeilylpg .'tbe "S'nglish j'liry sys'terii, One of-the rea^ofaa.the United States had B^en,80, LfiUcpeBB.fv}!"'was' becauae Uie',,;Jiijages 'comjB, .fiogi tin^png the people-infljeVl wer|, faroJlfar wifh the atmhB^elf^ in j,wM5b�tbe ^Itlgatlon &xof(e.. Jn oWda; ^ w^B,provided tbat judge? otitjPe'^prOv the Australian: plan; wfiere �:apnealB;:to\ tbe. Privy Council ar^ (only ?permitted" with the conoent of the A)i4''alH�,9i''' preme Court. ' \ 1 - Senator Bo&tock had, intimated' thnt' the Privy Council; was ooiiipoBea,,of!? pldmen who wore beyon:d;:thelr - work;,' He thought thrg ~ impKesBlon was nbt. lalr, and sllOuld not he allofwed tp go\ unchallenget/,. said' O/soVga .Boss,'' The committee tUe ,Pjt>V>'y,''poun(?ilvwffi Qomposed of tbe.-mplt a'bleWd'i dis-tingulshed men. 'Tfj^ey-fW^t'^'-'aot'lvely-S ms&u^t '� - PtOBt Hon: icadep, said he'ispuld ^ lltt/4^y"dl6cuSfl_ the pi-oposal ,witW�fr^a^*afl6jV^.'Hg', Isfaotlou-to'the ,peo^^i,of,,0'^nada, as,, ' have tho declslofls of the' gupieipej, Qourt of the Uiuted StatejB^W^he,/pe(?w ple^tjS tl)?it country, ^io^ thougl^^'i|jl" '' wopld ag?ee tljaf na^Mghif^TiMii^ - '.'V;i'rti't.'�::'vCi.V-i:i'^/-:i:-^:L!i:i.'i-!i'^' bB''-reBpeo,t?d.M'-Mf.'jLoiiglitfefL saltf.\i^